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  • n. Plural form of booklist.

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Examples

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    slayground: Booklist: Suggested Sets

  • There's a good reading list, "Outstanding Books for the College Bound," at the Young Adult Library Services Association website, at www. ala.org/yalsa/booklists.

    Dear Book Lover

  • Transform and provides booklists for 18 Science and Social Studies topics.

    Books

  • Advance copies of her book were bought in the thousands by the likes of Newsmax and other questionable groups who are GIVING THEM AWAY to try to make her look "popular" and manipulate Amazon and the NYTimes booklists.

    Palin: Don't trust media reports about book

  • By way of introduction to my many reviews that provide the context for my deliberative focus on education, below are two booklists created in support of my most recent book proposing the creation, immediately, of a World Brain and Global Game.

    Robert David Steele: #1 Amazon Reviewer for Non-Fiction Says Hello

  • From now until summer, the monthly booklists will see the pinch as we spend more time outside and.

    Literacy News – 880th Edition « News « Literacy News

  • From now until summer, the monthly booklists will see the pinch as we spend more time outside and with sports.

    Literacy News – 890th Edition « News « Literacy News

  • It contains unusually sane reflections on education, unusually reflective reviews of books, and unusually discriminating booklists.

    Books

  • 'Ginny said the booklists had come at last,' she said, glancing around at all the envelopes as she made her way over to the bed and started sorting the robes into two piles.

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

  • Chautauquans, the educational extensionists, the lecturers, the correspondence schools, the advisers of reading, the makers of booklists, the devisers of "courses."

    A Librarian's Open Shelf

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